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$5 - $34
Reservations, Seating, Street Parking, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Free Wifi, Accepts Credit Cards, Gift Cards Available

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Nove Mesto (New Town)
0.3 miles from Vaclavske namEsti
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Reviewed September 6, 2021 via mobile

Great selection of tea with great serving. You'll get the full experience of drinking tea, very relaxing and there is also a tea shop in the place. Very recommended!

Date of visit: September 2021
Reviewed September 6, 2021 via mobile

Great service & great tea - relaxed vibes for tea lovers. They serve all kinds of tea in a Chinese traditional way. Recommended!

Date of visit: September 2021
Reviewed September 7, 2020

Bottled tea contains less beneficial polyphenols and may contain too much amount of sugar. That's why I love drinking tea in a good tea bar. Orijin Tea does have the best tea from the origin. The service is professional, and they understand what they sell....There is no doubt that Orijin Tea is the best tea bar in Prague.More

Date of visit: May 2020
Reviewed July 31, 2019

This is certainly a change from the usual prague spaces. The teahouse is located just below the street level and upon entry it feels like you've entered a different space. The area is spacious and well decorated in a chinese style, with multiple tables to...sit at. There's a selection of loose leaf tea available for drinking and buying as well as some pottery/ceramic on display and also for sale. The tea selection is lovely and varied. Although the it is a bit pricey this is similar to other teahouses in Prague. The staff were knowledge and friendly, providing a complementary tea tasting to help me decide on some tea to buy. All in all this was definitely a lovely place that I was lucky to stumble upon. As a small note apart from some snacks food is not available here.More

Date of visit: July 2019
Reviewed January 4, 2016

When you enter this tea room from the busy and picturesque Prague streets you will enter a different world - you will find yourself in a traditional Chinese tea room that could be in the middle of Beijing hutong or a pavilion in the middle...of the Summer Palace. Through a small and well lit tea shop you get into a little room with shaded Chinese lanterns with carved oriental dark wood furniture. Three tables all with traditional tea trays and traditional tea kettles where you can boil your own water for refill. The small and cosy room is richly and elegantly decorated with traditional Chinese tea sets, statuettes and Chinese paintings. There is a huge selection of variety of hight quality tea - white, green, red, black. The staff are knowledgeable, nice and easy-going and perform the traditional preparation tea ritual of pouring hot water over the pot and tea cups and pouring your tea to start with. Background music fits in perfectly with the peaceful meditative atmosphere. You can sit there for a very long time drinking good tea, talking or just enjoying reading your book and drink tea in solitude. The staff will refill your electric kettle whenever you empty it. In the corner of the room is a little table with a selection of books ranging from novels to selection of ancient Chinese poetry - some are in Czech language, some in English. If you love any of the tea you've drunk you can buy it at the shop counter. And if you fall in love with any of the teapots and/or tea cups you can do the same. The cost of tea to drink is between CZK 100-200. If you are on budget you can drink countless good cups of tea for hours from just one purchase. If you are not worried about your budget you can just sample your way through much of the tea menu. The place does not offer any substantial food but there is a handful of small snacks on the menu to go with your tea. We recommend Wagashi - red dates/almond sweet raw vegan snack (an interesting titbit - it is made by an Icelandic company). The tea room is located in a fairly quiet side street couple of minutes' walk from the Main Railway Station and 5 minutes' walk from the Bohemian National Museum and the Wenceslas Square. Well worth a visit.More

Date of visit: January 2016
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